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Sons of Ben invite Jason Kelce to River End for season opener

Sons of Ben President Bill Gusler formally invited the Philadelphia Eagles star to the Union’s game against New England Revolution on March 3

Philadelphia Union vs Sporting Kansas City Photo Gallery Trey Madara / Brotherly Game

Philadelphia Eagles star Jason Kelce has his own customized jersey waiting and an entire supporters section ready to give him the honors of leading them should he decide to go to Talen Energy Stadium on March 3.

Sons of Ben President Bill Gusler formally invited the Super Bowl champion in a video released on Tuesday.

The invite came a day after Union equipment manager Brandon Comisky tweeted a photo of a customized Union jersey with Kelce’s name and No. 62 on it.

Kelce endeared himself to Philadelphia Union fans when he led fans in the “No Likes Us, We Don’t Care” chant during the Eagles victory parade. The popular River End chant is a Philadelphia specific take on one started by the supporters of the English club Millwall FC in the 1970s.

That the Union will be opening their season against New England Revolution, which share an owner and a stadium with Super Bowl LII runner-ups New England Patriots, would make having Kelce (or any Eagles) show up all the more appropriate.